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Interview with Hyun Jean Lee

The interview with media artist Hyun Jean Lee was conducted in November 2013 via email exchanges. Currently living

Interview with James Clar

The interview with media artist James Clar took place in his studio located near the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York

Interview with Sam Van Aken

Interview with installation and new media artist Sam Van Aken.

[radical] signs of life

Music is generated from the dancers‘ muscles and blood flow via biophysical sensors that capture sound waves from

Acusma | Chelpa Ferro

Chelpa Ferro is well known for squeezing a rhythmical sound from seemingly non-musical devices such as electric

Waveforms | The Art of Sound

Waveforms is an exhibition of interdisciplinary art works showcasing sound as the principle component.

Pulse Park | Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

"Pulse Park" is comprised of a matrix of light beams that graze the central oval field of Madison Square Park.

Tim Hawkinson

Tim Hawkinson is known for creating complex sculptural systems through surprisingly simple means.
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20hz by semiconductor

20Hz by Semiconductor

20Hz observes a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Working with data collected from the CARISMA radio array and interpreted as audio, we hear tweeting and rumbles caused by incoming solar wind, captured at the frequency of 20 Hertz.
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Ki Chul Kim Sound Looking Rain

Ki Chul Kim Sound Installations

Kim Kichul has continuously been working with sound, against more traditional, visual forms of art. To Kim, sound itself is the subject rather than an added element that composes a part of the whole sculpture, and it is a continuum already inherent with a meaning.
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nervous system generative design

Nervous System Generative Design Studio

Nervous System is a design studio founded in 2007 by Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg. They work at the intersection of science, art, and technology, and create using a novel process that employs computer simulation to generate designs and digital fabrication to...
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3D Printing & Peak Oil

How will the revolutionary technology of 3D printing help us rise to the future challenge of Peak Oil? In this video futurist Christopher Barnatt explains.
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Missing - An Interactive Installation

Missing: An Interactive Installation by The xx at Sonos Studio

50 robotic speakers turn to face visitors, while a spatialized recording of The xx's song "Missing" follows them through the space.
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Endurance Drawings | Tony Orrico

Orrico presents the first public performance of his 8 circles drawing from his Penwald Series at the National Academy of Sciences, Keck Center in Spring 2010.
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how to draw with code

How To Draw With Code | Casey Reas

For Casey Reas, software is the most natural medium to work with. He uses code to express his thoughts—starting with a sketch, composing it in code, and witnessing the imagery that it ultimately creates.
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hello world processing

Hello World! Processing Documentary

Hello World! Processing is a documentary on creative coding that explores the role that ideas such as process, experimentation and algorithm play in this creative field featuring artists, designers and code enthusiasts.
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holocene by stretta

electric dharma wheels

After receiving the arc4, I thought it might be a good idea to produce an example that demonstrates a 'bank' of encoder values that you can switch between. That gave birth to an application idea involving triggering modal notes from a pool of probabilities across three octaves of...
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Attack of the Drones

Attack of the Drones

As governments are increasingly relying on drones, what are the consequences for civil liberties and the future of war?
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The Walking DeadDrops

The Walking DeadDrops

This is a repost from http://www.saint-clair.net. A bit of fun with all the craziness involved in ownership and censorship over the wires. I really think that the technology has evolved beyond economic and governmental boundaries and that current institutional structures just...
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Interactive Floor Prototype

Interactive Floor Prototype

This is something I picked up on my news feed. It’s a new floor prototype that senses a users foot prints and other interactions to make environments interactive. I think this is definitely the direction things are headed. They mentioned assisted living as a possible...
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Reuben Margolin Kinetic Sculpture

Kinetic Wave Sculptures

Maker Profile – Kinetic Wave Sculptures on MAKE: television 2009 Reuben Margolin, a Bay Area visionary and longtime maker, creates totally singular techno-kinetic wave sculptures. Using everything from wood to cardboard to found and salvaged objects, Reubens artwork is...
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Will Wright and Brian Eno Play with Time

Will Wright & Brian Eno

Will Wright and Brian Eno Play with Time from The Long Now Foundation on FORA.tv Game designer Will Wright and musician Brian Eno discuss the generative systems used in their respective creative works. This clip features original music by Brian Eno. Will Wright and Brian Eno on...
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Computers, Data, and Humanity

An intriguing combination of programmers, artists, and philosophers, these creators embrace a process that delegates essential decisions to computers, data sets, or even random variables.
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Years by Bartholomäus Traubeck

A record player that plays slices of wood. Modified record player, wood, sleeves. 2011
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CLOUDS Documentary

What does it feel like to think with code? How can emerging technologies enable us to actualize our dreams? How has online sharing transformed the way artists collaborate?
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Kinesthetics: Art Imitating Life

The artists represented in this exhibition create kinetic sculptures that echo the movement of natural forms and explore human experiences. Their sculptures move with elegant and articulated gestures that are powered by hand, plug-in electricity, and solar cells.
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